Tuesday, 9 April 2024

Enterprise Greece signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the counterpart organisation of Bosnia and Herzegovina


Enterprise Greece signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the counterpart organisation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Athens, 09 April 2024 | A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on Tuesday, April 9, 2024, by Enterprise Greece and the Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA) of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Enterprise Greece was represented by its President and Secretary General for International Economic Affairs in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mrs. Maira Myrogianni, and FIPA, by the Director, Mr. Marko Kubatlija. The signing ceremony of the MoU was also attended by the CEO of Enterprise Greece, Dr. Marinos Giannopoulos.

The two bodies agreed to exploit synergies and any complementarity of their actions and networks to enhance the trade and economic cooperation of the two countries. The objectives of the Memorandum include:
1. Exchange of information and conduct of marketing research.
2. The implementation of promotional activities
3. The organization of training programs and exchange of best practices to attract foreign investments.
The partnership of Enterprise Greece, the competent national body, under the supervision of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to attract investments and promote exports, with FIPA, the national agency for attracting foreign investment of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is of strategic importance, as Bosnia and Herzegovina is a candidate country for accession to the EU and Greece firmly supports the immediate start of accession negotiations and the promotion of the European Union. its perspective.

Within the framework of this cooperation, information actions on both investment and trade opportunities, education, and training actions, as well as participation in business fairs and conferences will be launched.

Welcoming the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding, the Secretary General for International Economic Relations and Extroversion of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Enterprise Greece's president, Ms. Maira Myrogianni, stated: "The Memorandum of Cooperation between Investment Attraction and Export Promotion Agencies is expected to strengthen economic and trade relations between the two countries and contribute to the development of structures networking of our small and medium-sized enterprises in areas of mutual interest".